Receiving data through Google Analytics
If you want to get serious about your website and its making money for you, collecting data is what your first step should be.
Without knowing where you are now, there’s no way of telling where to go and how to get there.
As website owners and marketers, we all would like to know:
How many people visit our website per day, month, and year?
How many of our visitors then “bounce” or leave our website?
How many of those who bounced defect to our competitors?
Who are our online buyers and where do they come from?
How can we get more customers and their conversion rate?
This information is crucial to the success of any online business.
The problem is that data doesn’t collect and organize itself. It has to be an ongoing, well-oiled process where just have to press a few keys to get the information you need.
To become such, the data collection process has to be set up first.
One of the most common tools for collecting data is Google Analytics. It’s been around for more than 10 years and is still one of the best tools out there.
To find out whether Google Analytics is installed on your website, simply complete the form below. It’s free and the results will be shown in an instance.
If you are reading this, you must be taking analytics seriously – that’s why we’ve prepared a quick, step-by-step guide to help you install and configure Google Analytics on your website.Open guide